New York City, New York
Claim to Fame
The Lost World (1960) .... Native Girl
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Vitina Marcus (born in 1937 in New York City, New York) is an American actress of Sicilian and Hungarian descent. Her parents were Rose and Frank Marcus, and her Sicilian grandmother was named Vitina.
Ms. Marcus was a student of Lee Strasberg. She appeared in numerous television shows throughout the 1950s and '60s, sometimes billed as Dolores Vitina. She was cast in Irwin Allen's 1960 production of The Lost World, as well as Taras Bulba with Tony Curtis and Yul Brynner. Notably she appeared in two episodes of Lost in Space as "The Green Lady," Dr. Smith's most persistent and verdant admirer. She also appeared in Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Have Gun Will Travel as Della White Cloud, an Apache princess, including the second-season episode "Return of the Phantom", and in episodes 24 & 26 of The Time Tunnel, "Chase Through Time" & "Attack Of The Barbarians." She starred in the TV series, Rawhide episode, "The Peddler" (1962). She gave birth to a daughter, Athena, and a son, Giuliano. Marcus left Hollywood in the late 1960s. She now resides in Las Vegas and is involved in real estate.
Her daughter with actor Rory Calhoun, Athena “Kiki” Marcus Calhoun, was voted "The World's Most Beautiful Showgirl" in 1987, and received "The Key To The City Of Las Vegas." Athena was also the weekly segment talk show host of Solid POI's Las Vegas Then & Now on radio station KLAV 1230 AM.
Full Name at Birth
Dolores Vitina Marcus
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Vitina Marcus (born March 1, 1937 in New York City, New York) is an American actress of Sicilian and Hungarian descent. Her parents were Rose and Frank Marcus, and her Sicilian grandmother was named Vitina.
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Jet Black Hair, Piercing Eyes
Vitina (Grandmother from Sicily)
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Single||Vitina Marcus is currently single.|||